Futurity Archive

Fully searchable results for Futurity events from 2007 onwards are available via www.britishbreeding.org

Historical Futurity information from 2007 below

The Baileys Horse Feeds/British Breeding Futurity and the former Young Horse Evaluations became one series in 2007, forming a consistent evaluation pathway for sport horses and ponies from foals to six years.

Participating means that:

  • Your horse gets used to being evaluated
  • You have experts' opinions early so that you can decide on the best way forward for your horse
  • You can use Futurity results to promote your stud and/or breeding programme
  • Futurity horses which are sold can command higher prices
  • Futurity horses are scrutinised as potential Equine Pathway horses

Photographs for The Grange available via the following link

Competitor Briefings 2007:

Oatridge Futurity Evaluation - cancelled due to low entries

News and results from Evaluations in 2007:

Take Part in the Futurity - everyone's talking about it!

Historical participators' information for 2007

Futurity and YHE Results 2006

Information and results for 2006 for both the final year of the Young Horse Evaluations for four year olds (YHE) and the Futurity are listed below for reference.

Young Horse Evaluations (YHE) 2006:


Futurity 2006:

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